Since Rhyme Immemorial
I recently hopped on a cypher with some deadly Native MCs arranged by the good brother MC RedCloud.
Big thanks to RedCloud for this awesome series of collaborations.
Watch it here:
Siyayes (Dear People),
A new Indigenous HipHop documentary entitled "We're Still Here" by Bob Gliner and Professor Brad Porfilio has been released for free from April 10 - 21, 2020 on Vimeo.
"Through their music, First Nation indigenous Hip Hop artists in Canada lead an effort to right long standing social injustices, heal personal traumas, and preserve their cultures in a cutting edge look at how Hip-Hop plays an important role in transforming the lives of musicians. their audiences and communities."
I hope this message finds you all in wellness and safety during these times of uncertainty.
I appreciate your support and interest in what I do, and I hope together we can make it through and beyond.
More will be posted as they are made available. I'd love to see what you create.
There's also some stuff for kids + big kids there too.
Stay safe and thanks for your support.
Hello Dear People,
I hope this message finds you tucked away with good people, animals, food, arts, music or whatever you need to be safe and comfortable during these trying times. It's been a blast of a year with work, facilitation and having a baby (who just turned 1!)...so I wish I got to do more updates on this site and blog more. As things settled down for our family after a move and the couple of months of settling in...I've been working to arrange my music catalog for sharing.
Over the couple of…Read more
In February of 2017, I joined a team for the Crazy 8's festival to create a film in 8 days on a limited budget. I was given about 14 hours to create an original score for the film. The film's plot would look at what it might look like if an Indigenous nation put a pipeline through a rich, non-Indigenous neighbourhood. The cast is full of familiar faces including our good friend Lorne Cardinal. I spent a LONG session at the studio in Kitsilano in front of a screen composing to picture. I remember going in at…Read more